Craving for local food

Woke up one morning with a deep hunger pang after dreaming about gorging on those luscious deep brown Hokkien noodles. After being away for 4 months, am now feeling a wee bit homesick and longing for the comforts of family, friends, glorious food and natural heat from the sun!

And so, here I am surviving a COLD day at home (max temp at 5°) while drawing up my Top 10 Food Cravings (in no particular order)

#1 – Hokkien Mee laden with crispy lard and partnered with hot sambal belacan

#2 – Sup Kambing, heavy on the spices and plenty of tender meat pieces

#3 – Prawn mee & Pork noodles at O&S Restaurant, PJ

#4 – Tong sui stall @ weekly Subang pasar malam

#5 – White Coffee with Kaya & Butter toasts in Ipoh town

#6 – Savouring Banana Leaf Rice with fingers

#7 – Freshly prepared Chapati and Thosai over hot steaming cup of rich teh tarik

#8 – Char Kuey Teow using duck egg in Penang

#9 – Bak Kut Teh with oily rice and plenty of ribs

#10 – Cheap variety of Seafood at Bukit Tambun and Kota Kinabalu

Will be looking forward to returning home to enjoy all these food, unless my dear friends can bring over freeze-dried versions in the next few months (hint hint!). Until then, it will be cold sandwiches for lunch and quick pasta meals for dinners.

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About Wye Yim

Wye Yim is just any ordinary Malaysian gal, who have been bitten by the travelling bug and searches for the next adventure thrill. Having done 6 years in a corporate world, she has abandoned her suits and heels to embark on a journey to work in the outdoor industry and fulfill her passion to travel the world.
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3 Responses to Craving for local food

  1. mortdevol says:

    Makan! Makan! I’m eating your share for you!!
    Hohoho!

  2. mortdevol says:

    ps – new banner pic not very good la.

  3. Philters says:

    here’s a link that is make you crazy!

    http://wysard.wordpress.com/2007/07/27/jom-makan/

    hahaha!

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